The draw for the Women's FA Cup quarter-final will take place on Monday evening at 8.45pm.
BBC Radio 5 Live’s Monday Night Club will have live coverage of the ceremony.
Former City defender Micah Richards will be joined by Rachel Brown-Finnis to conduct the draw, with Mark Chapman hosting.
The last-eight ties are scheduled for Sunday, 15 March, with the final at Wembley on 9 May.
City made it through to the quarter-finals with a 10-0 win over Ipswich Town on Sunday afternoon.
We will bring you details of that immediately after the draw right here on ManCity.com.
Quarter-final draw numbers:
1. Bristol City or Everton
2. Coventry United or Tottenham Hotspur
3. Leicester City or Reading
4. Crystal Palace or Brighton
5. Manchester City
6. Arsenal or Lewes
7. Birmingham City
8. Chelsea or Liverpool
City face West Ham United at the Etihad in our rearranged Premier League fixture.
Kick-off is at 19:30 (UK) and we’ll have live updates on ManCity.com via our Matchday Centre, as well as on our Twitter account @ManCity. There will also be a report and all the post-match reaction here on ManCity.com.
Pep Guardiola will face the press at 13:30 (UK) to discuss our trip to Leicester City.
Our U18s are in action on Saturday morning. They travel to Liverpool, with kick-off at 11am.
And then it's the turn of the first team, who travel to Leicester for a crucial Premier League clash. The game at the King Power Stadium kicks-off at 17:30 (UK). There's full coverage of the game on Sky Sports.
Sunday sees City face Chelsea in the Women's Super League, arguably our biggest game of the season to date.
The game at the Academy Stadium kicks off at 14:00 (UK) and you can buy tickets HERE.
That game will be shown live on BT Sport.